With twenty years on the clock and his fair share of cinematic skeletons in some dubious closets it is satisfying to see Mark Ruffalo begin to get the recognition he deserves. Often he shines in small roles in big films, or sets his sights on a larger role in a smaller, independent film and yet his quiet everyman quality always has a glimmer of something engaging and real thrown into the mix.
To celebrate the release of What Doesn’t Kill You, out on DVD and Blu-ray on the 2nd of September, we have looked back over some of the many reasons we’re fans of the actor. This is not an exhaustive list of his great roles; The Kids Are All Right and You Can Count on Me do not appear, nor do the likes of Zodiac and Shutter Island, but they are all worth checking out.
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